Archive for the ‘About Us Events’ Category

Shine On Event Success

April 19th, 2010

The NWHM and Good Housekeeping event was a spectacular success! Below are links to websites that have covered the event. Keep checking back for more information! Read the rest of this entry »

Shine On Event

February 19th, 2010

Shine On: Celebrating 125 Years of Women Making their Mark

To purchase tickets, go to http://www.nycitycenter.org/tickets/productionNew.aspx?performanceNumber=5265#programs

Orchestra seats, plus access to the VIP cocktail reception: $1250
Grand Tier category A seats, plus access to the VIP cocktail reception: $750
Grand Tier category B: $450
Mid Mezzanine: $250
Rear Mezzanine: $75
Front Gallery: $45

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“We all live on in the future we make”

August 26th, 2009

Senator Barbara Mikulski often refers to the male senators who support women’s issues as “galahads.” Edward Kennedy has been among those senators. He has was a champion for women and families, a strong advocate for Title IX granting women greater participation in college sports; and more recently a leader in passing the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act that ensures equal pay for equal work. Read the rest of this entry »

Equality Day

August 6th, 2009

August – the month of Equality Day:

Someday Equality Day greeting cards will be sent, and standard printed calendars will note the date.

August 26th: the day to reflect on the challenges and achievements of the past struggles for women’s rights – the day to celebrate the progress made in gaining women’s rights…also how much more has to be done.

When the National Women’s History Museum is a central showpiece in our nation’s capital it will be the focus for further reflection and advancements and speed understanding and further progress.

Go NWHM Go!

–By NWHM Board Member Judy Kaplan

Sojourner Truth Statue Unveiling

April 30th, 2009

On April 28, six NWHM Board Members and Advisors attended the dedication of the Sojourner Truth bust in Emancipation Hall of the new Capitol Visitor Center. She becomes only the 10th statue of a woman to stand in the U. S. Capitol building, out of 211 statues. Read the rest of this entry »